tv Good Morning Tri- State 6am ABC March 8, 2016 6:00am-7:00am EST
we're on top of breaking news...a house fire in indiana has sent at least one person to the hospital.9 on your side reporter kristen swilley just got the scene and this is burning right now on market street in aurora.we're told the call went out at three-40 this morning... and the fire was so hot... crews couldn't
this is burning right now on market street in aurora.we're told the call went out at three-40 this morning... and the fire was so hot... crews couldn't go in to fight it. it. xavier students are preparing for a trip to root on the school's basketball team. team.in the next half hour students will leave on a bus trip to new york for the big east tournament.jordan burgess is live with why they'll be scoring points even before the
breaking overnight... more than a dozen people have been hurt after a commuter train went off the rails in california. this is a look at the accident scene in sunol... just north of san jose.authorities say the altamont corridor express train carrying more than 200 people hit a tree last night... and two of the cars derailed.one of those cars landed in a creek.14 people were injured... but no one was
express says all train service on the line is canceled today. before you start up the car...new at 6...we have a list of the tri-state's most dangerous intersections. three of them are right on dixie highway. at the corner of diversion road and dixie highway -- that's the connector to to the route 4 bypass -- there were 56 accidents and 26 injuries in a 2 year period. the new report was just released from the ohio department of public safety records.the data collected from 20-13 to 20-15.the intersections of: symmes and dixie....andnilles and dixie were listed as major problem spots as well. another place prone to accidents according to the report:hunt and plainfield road in blue ash injuries. this morning... police need your help tracking down a
a local purple heart veteran. veteran.brandon bailey served three tours overseas.in 2009... he was critically injured during an i-e-d blast in afghanistan.he retired from the marine corps and sent his prized harley davidson bike to california... where it was hand painted with a purple heart medallion.on sunday night... the bike was stolen from his parents' driveway in florence. ((brandon bailey / marine veteran)) "possessions are great - but that bike - that was part of me. and i just can't wrap my head around why someone would want to do that" brandon believes based on what it takes to start the bike, the thief has experience riding harley davidsons.anyone with information is bring urged to call florence police. the search is on right now for a missing tri-state mom and her young son.investigators say kallie carnes and her 22-month old disappeared nearly a week ago. investigators say carnes left a note for her mother... saying she was leaving.her mother tells 9 on your side
her facebook page has been deactivated.authorities think they may be with josh craft... who was accused of assaulting the boy and ordered to stay away from them. them.police think kallie may be traveling in a 2001 white buick lesabre with ohio plates gmk-5233.if you know where she is... call police. expect a mix of clouds and sun again today with gusty southerly winds. highs will reach the low to mid-70s. tonight, lows will only fall into the low to mid-50s, which is already above our average high for this time of year. honoring a first lady... funeral plans have been announced for nancy reagan. reagan.the services that thousands can take part in... and the sign of respect from america's current first lady. overturned.the supreme court decision that opens up
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it. the supreme court is reversing a ruling... that refused to recognize a same sex adoption. the justices threw out a decision by alabama's highest court to deny a lesbian mother's adoption of her partner's children.the case represents a new round of legal challenges following the supreme court's decision in june that same-sex couples have a constitutional right to marry. covering democracy 2016...it's primary day in michigan and mississippi... and republicans also have a primary in hawaii. hawaii.and it could be make or break time for several candidates candidatesa poll by our scripps station in detroit gives hillary clinton and donald trump the lead in their respective races.the g-o-p establishment is hoping for a strong showing from ted cruz
trump's momentum.another candidate hoping for a surprise win... ohio governor john kasich. "kasich: i think we have momentum and we see all these national polls, we'll do better than what they're saying and we're rising. most of them were taken before, long time ago, i think we're going to have a good day here." here."that scripps poll shows ted cruz in second place.. rubio in a very close third place... with kasich last. here in ohio... a new poll shows a very tight race between trump and kasich just a week before the primary.the public policy survey gives trump 38 percent to kasich's 35 percent.that's within the poll's margin of error. ted cruz gets 15 percent... and marco rubio gets five percent. you can count on 9 on your side to keep a close eye on tonight's primaries. primaries.we'll have the latest results on 9 on your side at 11 p-m... and on w-c-p-o-dot-com.and we'll have
good morning tri-state tomorrow morning. funeral plans have been set for former first lady nancy reagan. reagan.reagan will lie in repose at the ronald reagan presidential library in california... starting tomorrow.she'll be laid to rest in a private service at will be buried next to her late husband.first lady michelle obama will attend that service. fed-up flint residents... taking *more* than just their concerns to the federal goverment.why they say their lives are at stake. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. her life's work has been about breaking barriers. and so would her presidency. which is why, for every american who's not
in the live alert center this morning... the pentagon says a u-s airstrike has killed more than 150 terrorists. the drone strike targeted an al-shabab training site in somalia on saturday... although we're just now learning about it.the terror group was reponsible for last year's massacre at garissa college in kenya... which left
says al-shabab was preparing for another large-scale attack. volunteers worked to clean this mess at the planned parenthood in columbus.someone spray-painted on the outside wall and doors in red over the weekend.the clinic says there has been an increase in hateful attacks against planned parenthood... but they have security in place and they will not be intimidated. new developments now in flint, mighigan's contaminated water crisis... seven families poisoned... by lead have filed a class-action lawsuit against state officials the suit claims the defendants were "reckless," "negligent," and failed to take any measures to eliminate the danger of the lead- contaminated water... it also states tens of thousands of residents have suffered physical and economic injuries and damages due to the contamination.some children even suffered brain damage as a result. this case is only the small part-- the tip of the iceberg.
children in this community that need attention." attention."water problems in flint began after the city switched its water supply from detroit's system in 2014 to save money. time now for traffic and weather together... wednesday morning, there's a slight chance for showers, but that should clear for the afternoon, leaving us with partly cloudy skies and highs back in the low 70s. thursday, soggy weather should return, especially to the western half of the tri-state. highs will reach near 70. showers continue into friday and saturday, with highs back in
big expectations in the big apple...as xavier students prepare for a trip to root on the school's basketball team. team.those students are getting ready to leave on a bus trip to new york for the big east tournament. tournament.9 on your side's jordan burgess is live with why they'll be scoring points
wmax fullexpect a mix of clouds and sun again today with gusty southerly winds. highs will reach the low to mid-70s. tonight, lows will only fall into the low to mid- 50s, which is already above our average high for this time of year. we're on top of breaking news...a house fire in indiana has sent at least one person to the hospital.9 on your side reporter kristen swilley just got the scene and this is burning right now on market street in aurora.we're told the call went out at three-40 this morning... and the fire
good morning.we're following that breaking news from aurora...and the house fire there... there...we'll get to that in just a minute..but first lets get a check on your morning forecast. expect a mix of clouds and sun again today with gusty southerly winds. highs will reach the low to mid-70s. tonight, lows will only fall into the low to mid-50s, which is already above our average high for this time of year. jwe're on top of breaking news...a house fire in indiana has sent at least one person
traffic there are big expectations in the big apple...as xavier students prepare for a trip to basketball team. team.those students are leaving right now to support the muskies in the big east tournament ...jordan burgess is live with why they'll be scoring points even before the games begin. their slogan is let's march... and in about an hour xavier
buses here outside the cintas center for a trip that will include a couple different kinds of assists. this has been a dream season for xavier fans.. who've watched their musketeers knock off the number one team in the country and rise into the top 5 in the polls.now 94 students will get to go on a trip they could only dream of.they'll head to new york to watch xavier in the big east basketball tournament at the famed madison square garden. xavier is the second seeded team in the tournament behind villanova.. so fans are hopeful of a deep run.but the trip will be a success for the students regardless of what happens on the court.tomorrow students will take part in a service educational alliance serve dinner and do things like help kids homework.then they'll prepare for game on thursday at 7.. winner of marquette and st. john's. those students expected to check in about 6-30 this morning.and in case you were wondering the students are on spring break right now.. so they're not missing class for
two twenty year olds will be in court today accused of a drive-by shooting. shooting.aliyah jackson and marquis nelson were arrested in sycamore township last night.officers say the couple admitted to firing multiple shots at a car on kenwood road. two people were inside that car at the time-they were "not" hurt.the pair will be arrainged this morning. and a man accused of stealing gumball machines will be in court today.officers say 38-year-old bobby sinclair took the machines from the ollie's store on beechmont avenue in anderson township last september. store surveillance shows sinclair rolling the machines out the front door and into his truck. the machines are worth about two thousand dollars. madison school district officials say that later this week... there will be two forums for students and parents. parents.the meetings are aimed at making sure kids are feeling okay about returning to the classroom.they are planned for wednesday and thursday nights.a week ago... police say austin hancock
cafeteria.four people were hurt... they are all expected to recover.he is being held at the butler county juvenile detention center. as you eat your breakfast ... get the kids ready for school ...pack lunches and answer emails this morning ...keep in mind multi-tasking may do more harm than good.it may not actually save you time.in fact - it could have a number of negative impacts... like stress... more mistakes... self-esteem problems and depression.doctors say we may eat too much or won't remember
listening in to the asst fire chief now:questions from the familytrying to figure out where everyone is at this time todd biedenhard they often find themselves of the front lines of natural disasters...but a texas reporter and his photographer did more than just cover the news during a flood. flood.the k-v-t-v news crew helped a man who decided to drive through some flash flooding and got stuck.they helped him get out of the rain in their own news van.and naturally... they interviewed him live on the air. in: "i saw the rain coming in so hard."
but he was just fine.that storm also spawned some tornadoes... but there are no reports of any injuries this morning. are carbs the new cigarettes? new this morning...experts have released a new report stating that white bread, bagels and rice 'increase the risk of lung cancer by 49%, scientists say foods with high glycemic index are linked to lung cancer.they are now pushing people to cut high "g-i" foods out of their diet. wmax fullexpect a mix of clouds and sun again today with gusty southerly winds. highs will reach the low to mid-70s. tonight, lows will only fall into the low to mid- 50s, which is already above our average high for this time of year. what would you do?some firefighters are facing big trouble this morning for the split-second decision they made to save a little girl's
we've been talking about dangerous intersections in the tri-state.how about a dangerous overpass in florida. take a look at this video just into our newsroom of a garbage truck that landed on the road "below" an overpass after the driver lost control...and plunged to the ground.that's close to a 100 foot drop!miami florida police say the driver is in serious condition. luckily no one was below...although several cars in that part of little havana were destroyed from the fall. developing this morning...two volunteer firefighters.. suspended after racing a toddler to a hospital in a fire engine instead of an ambulance... ambulance...now *back on active duty... the firefighters were the first to respond to a call about a baby having a seizure at a
turning blue... and the ambulance miles away... so they made the decision to rush the little girl to the hospital themselves...problem is... the fire engine wasn't certified to transport anyone... "i've been in fire service 32 years and a paramedic. there are situations that dictate decisions must be made on the fly and not always with all the information." information."the toddler survived... and her parents are praising the firefighters. the fire chief - now clarifying the incident is under review because of the *way the toddler was taken to the hospital... not the care provided.
weather together... wednesday morning, there's a slight chance for showers, but that should clear for the afternoon, leaving us with partly cloudy skies and highs back in the low 70s. thursday, soggy weather should return, especially to the western half of the tri-state. highs will reach near 70. showers continue into friday and saturday, with highs back in
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searching for a survivor.one woman and her
dog are still missing... and two others hospitalized... after a home in indiana erupts in flames. this is video from chopper 9 of that search.it's going on right now in aurora... after the home on market street caught fire about three hours ago. ago. 9 on your side's kristen swilley has been gathering information at the scene all morning long.she joins us now
shot in the hip.it happened just before four-20 this morning on mcmicken avenue... near sharp alley.the victim was taken to u-c medical center... but she's expected to survive.there's no word on any suspects or arrests . this first uterus transplant in america is giving hope to some people are struggling to becomge pregnant.but the real test of success ....is the pregnancy itself. itself.the 26-year-old patient ... sharing her story for the first time... during a press conference.doctors say... lindsey is doing well after last month's surgery.she was born without a uterus ... surgeons at the cleveland clinic gave her a new one from a donor ... who had died. lindsey was told... she would never have kids ... when she was only sixteen!now, she may be able to. lindsay "i would like to express my gratitude to the donor's family. they have provided me with a gift that i will never be able to pay and i'm grateful.
temporary!lindsey will have it removed after having one or two babies.she also must wait one year... before trying to become pregnant.to get pregnant lindsey will rely on ivf -- using already frozen embryos..and delivery will be by c-section... because it's not clear how a transplanted uterus would do during labor. labor.coming up on gma-doctor jennifer ashton talks with lindsay about the surgery.stay tuned for that...it's at 7 this morning. new this morning...one of the survivors of the boston marathon bombing -- and her college classmate -- have died in a car accident overseas. victoria mcgrath and priscilla perez torres -- both undergrad students at northeastern university -- were on a personal trip to dubai.. that's where the deadly crash happened.no details available yet on that car crash.mcgrath was near the finish line of the boston marathon -- when two bombs went off on april 15th, 2013.. sending shrapnel flying into her leg. new this morning.kentucky governor matt bevin's going viral for a video he posted to social media.he went to the
being done in the legislature yesterday. yesterday.ok we should probably be quiet because we don't want to interrupt the hard work that's happening. what do you know? nothing. come on up to the front here i have something to say. say.bevin went on to say he put forth a budget back in january, and that lawmakers need to get to work to get something passed with only a few weeks left in the session. house democrats responded, saying they were not scheduled to be in chambers until 4 p-m yesterday.the governor says it's around 11 a-m in the video. now let's get another check of the roads. roads.ally has your nine first warning traffic.
good morning, america. breaking breaking overnight, a train full of passengers derails out west striking a tree and plunging into the water below. more than 200 on board scrambling to escape. rescue workers smashing windows of of. up for grab, voters in four states heading to the polls. >> i hope you'll vote for me. >> an donald trump. hillary clinton pledges to do everything to stop it. >> we will not let a person like that ever become president of the united states.